Our team doesn’t just find leaks, it can also fix them!
All the recent technologies
to find your leak fast from thermal imaging, pressure testers and pipe locating equipment.
Our team will find your leak
And advise the least intrusive way to repair, whether it be in the wall or under a concrete slab.
We see it as a challenge
To find your leak often when other plumbers cannot.
Proving a long term solution
Whether your pipes are copper, galvanised or plastic.
Our team will take the time to explain
so you can make an informed decision on potential repairs and preventative measures.
How do I know if I have a leak?
Most people are able to spot the signs of a burst or blocked pipe fairly easily: significant amounts of water pouring from a particular location. A far more complex issue relates to water leaks which are less easily diagnosed. Slow leaks from pipes may create a chronic damp problem somewhere, and yet give no other signs that something is amiss. In these circumstances, there’s usually a need for specialist water leak detection services.
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Signs that you have an undiagnosed water leak
If you do spot clues that you may have a leak somewhere, prompt attention is vital. If the problem remains unresolved, there’s the potential for it to cause significant structural damage to your property. Not only is this costly to fix, but it can even result in a sudden collapse of part (or all) of a wall or ceiling, posing a significant risk to the health of occupants.
A smell of damp. Although this may be due to poor ventilation or excess condensation, chronic damp can also be caused by a small water leak which has been left to drip.
Sounds of flowing water, or a mysterious drip! Water noises can be due to many causes, some of which are benign. That said, they may also be a sign of a leak which requires detection.
Patches of damp. Obviously a discoloured patch of wall, especially if slightly moist to the touch, is a clear sign that water is escaping from somewhere.
Low water pressure. Slow leaks may grow over time – this can result in a drop in water pressure, but many households fail to spot the decrease because it comes on slowly over several months or even years.
Whilst some mould is almost inevitable in a property, particularly in kitchens or bathrooms where the humidity is high and ventilation may be limited, persistent mould in a specific area could indicate an undiagnosed leak. It’s worth remembering that not all moulds are benign: some can cause serious health issues. Damp provides the perfect environment for them to thrive.